Status and prospects of LHASSO
December 28, 2022
The Large High-Altitude Air Shower Observatory (LHAASO) opened the multi-TeV era in 𝛾-
astronomy and cosmic ray physics. Since July 2021, LHAASO is fully operational and collecting
high-quality data. A Nature paper in 2021, revealing 12 VHE new sources, was just the start of
LHAASO science, revealing the huge scientific potential of LHAASO. Many analysis efforts are
ongoing in different areas and several results are already published. In this contribution, we will
show some highlights from LHAASO science in particular on the Crab SED at PeV energies, the
new limits on the Lorentz Invariance Violation, and Dark Matter.
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